The "Seven Springs" is a unique natural landscape of Rhodes and a popular tourist destination for nature lovers.

Seven natural springs gush water, which becomes a small river and ends up in a lake. Plane trees and pine trees surround the waters of the river and create a small "paradise", ideal for those who visit the island in summer. The waters are home to the 'Gizani', a rare species of fish that lives in Rhodes, peacocks, ducks, geese, turtles, and crabs. The 'Seven Springs' is a wonderful natural landscape of Rhodes and a popular tourist destination for nature lovers. They are located 30 km from the city and are a landscape of incredible beauty.

The water passes through a narrow tunnel, which was built in the 1920s by the Italians to facilitate the transfer of water to the artificial lake. The purpose of the Italians was to supply water to Kolymbia, the once-agricultural village they built but abandoned after the war. In Seven Springs the visitor realizes that the island of Rhodes is rightly described by many as the 'emerald of the Mediterranean' and by others as the 'hidden corner of paradise'.

Visitors enter the tunnel, follow the course of the water, and come out on the opposite side, where the lake and a small waterfall are located.

With Holidays Essential you can explore this beautiful area and enjoy the tranquility it can offer you. An area ideal for families in the middle of nature! 

There you will have the time to wander around and prepare for your next stop in the beautiful and famous village of Lindos.
Bathed in the warm glow of the sun and with the belief that it is blessed by the ancient Greek gods, Lindos is an irresistible magnet for every visitor to the island of Rhodes. Its charming alleys, breathtaking images, the enticing smells of traditional cuisine and its cosmopolitan atmosphere make up an unparalleled mosaic of unique character and warm, welcoming people that no one can resist.

Lindos is considered by many visitors as the most remarkable archaeological site of Rhodes. As one drives south towards the village from the north of the island, the magnificent natural landscape of the area with the Acropolis of Lindos towering on a huge rock, the white houses of the village and the crystal blue waters captivate the senses and often forces one to make a complete stop. The panoramic view from this point is truly awe-inspiring and is an experience not to be missed.

Book your excursion directly with Holidays Essential and we will make sure you enjoy every second of the trip!